The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is the world's largest nonprofit organization creating educational, workplace, and independent living products and services for people who are visually impaired.
Read the Story of APH, or get a quick overview from our Fact Sheet. In 2008, APH celebrated 150 Years of Service. See what has been accomplished along the way in our Chronological History. See what's new in our Press Room
Careers with APH
Looking for a rewarding career? See our employment opportunities.
Vendors are invited to review our requests for proposals.
Awards from APH
APH presents five major awards to deserving persons who make outstanding contributions to the field of blindness.
Annual Reports & Financial Statements (Fiscal Year)
- 2014 (PDF) — Financial Statements
- 2013 (PDF) — Financial Statements
- 2012 (web only) — Financial Statements
- 2011 (web only) — Financial Statements
- 2010 (PDF) — Financial Statements
View our Form 990 information at GuideStar.
The American Printing House for the Blind was founded in 1858 and our first Annual Report actually detailed activity beginning in 1857. Here is a page where you can locate APH historical Annual Reports.
Corporate Governance and Ethics
The American Printing House for the Blind, a non-profit organization, voluntarily complies with the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 which sets the business standards for corporate governance and financial disclosure.
- Corporate Governance Guidelines
- Code of Ethics: Board of Trustees and Officers
- Code of Ethics: Employees
- Code of Ethics: Fund Raising
- Code of Ethics: Business Office
- Charter: Development Committee
- Charter: Finance and Audit Committee
- Charter: Compensation Committee
- Code of Ethics: Purchasing Management